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Public Service Awards Recognition

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The Public Service Office held its 11th Annual Public Interest/Public Service Recognition and Awards Ceremony this spring recognizing Penn Law students who exceeded the pro bono graduation requirement. John Grogan L’83, a partner at Langer & Grogan, addressed the attendees. More than 150 students were honored for doing over 80 hours of pro bono work. Katherine Minarik L’06 received the Meacham Award for her outstanding commitment to public interest and public service projects. In addition to serving as president of the Penn Law American Constitution Society chapter, she founded Penn Law for Choice, co-founded the Reproductive Rights Legal Clinic, and co-chaired the Penn Law Get Out The Vote 2004 campaign.

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